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CNBC's David Faber reports on multiple bids for Yahoo.
CNBC's David Faber reports Yahoo has received multiple bids at or above $5 billion for their core business. The final round of bidding is expected to end by mid-July.
Giuseppe Lavazza, vice-chairman of coffee maker Luigi Lavazza, discusses his company's recent spree of acquisitions.
André Hoffmann, non-executive vice-chairman of pharma company Roche Holding, says few mergers have created a better company.
European IPO investors sitting on the sidelines until the Brexit referendum and Spanish election is over, says Dealogic's Domenico Positano.
Corum Group's Nat Burgess explains that M&A deals are failing because it is getting harder to bring money out of China and sellers are losing confidence.
Ousted LendingClub CEO and co-founder Renaud Laplanche has been speaking to private-equity firms and banks about financing a potential buyout.
US companies are still leaving the US but as prey, not predators, says former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson. Here's why.
Discussing the news that Verizon is planning to submit a second-round bid for Yahoo's core assets with Dennis Berman, Financial Editor at The Wall Street Journal, and Michal Lev-Ram, Fortune Senior Writer.
The telecom giant may be planning to submit a second-round bid for Yahoo's core internet business.
Verizon Communications planned to submit a second-round bid of $3 billion for Yahoo's core internet business, WSJ reported.
Allergan CEO Brent Saunders tells CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" why attention from famed activist investor Carl Icahn's is a stamp of approval.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs speaks with Christopher Nassetta, Hilton Worldwide President & CEO, about the hotel and hospitality industry as well as his company's growth.
The computer giant announces a multi-billion dollar junk bond to fund its $67-billion buyout of EMC.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
Michael Yee, BioTech Analyst at RBC Capital Markets, discusses the bio-pharma world's ASCO conference and which players to watch in the sector.
Shares of Talen Energy soared 17 percent Friday after announcing it was being acquired by Riverstone Holdings.
Gannett seized on a vote on board director nominees by Tribune Publishing to claim that the publisher should engage with it in acquisition talks.
After a tough first quarter, M&A activity is picking up again, said Goldman's John Waldron.
Is M&A looking up? John Waldron, Goldman Sachs, discusses the latest market conditions and his investment banking outlook.
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